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The long route of the GTA in Piedmont which amounts to more than 1000 km has been divided, also for practical reasons of downloading and data management, into 3 large sections corresponding to the northern, central and southern areas of the Region. The northern part starts from Cannobio on Lake Maggiore and develops through a remarkable variety of contexts of great environmental and landscape value. The route starts first north through the Swiss Val Maggia or, alternatively, along the wild Alta Valle dell'Isorno pointing towards Val Formazza, the extreme edge of Piedmont wedged between the Swiss cantons of Ticino and Vallese. From the Riale hamlet, an extreme point to the north from which the connections to the hills of nearby Switzerland depart, the long descent to the south begins, first passing through the enchanting plateaus of the Veglia and Devero Alps up to Varzo. Then going to the nearby Val Bognanco where the path splits and you can choose whether to follow the main path that remains on the medium and low Antrona, Anzasca and Sesia valleys or to take the more demanding variant that crosses high mountain areas and reconnects to the main route at Alagna Valsesia. From Alagna the route leads to Riva Valdobbia and finally flows into the Biella area from which the central section of the GTA starts.

 

THE TOUR:
Great Crossing of the Alps - GTA: Northern Piedmont Section

THE STAGES OF THIS TOUR:
GTA Stage 1: Cannobio - Falmenta
GTA Stage 2: Falmenta - Malesco
GTA Stage 3: Malesco - Fondomonfracchio
GTA Alternative stage of Alta Valle dell'Isorno Stage 3A: Malesco - Alpe Cortevecchio
GTA Alternative stage of Alta Valle dell’Isorno Stage 3B: Alpe Cortevecchio - Alpe Lago
GTA Alternative stage of Alta Valle dell'Isorno Stage 3C: Alpe Lago - Campo Valle Maggia
GTA Stage 4: Fondomonfracchio - Capanna Alpe Arena
GTA Stage 5: Capanna Alpe Arena - Campo Valle Maggia
GTA Stage 6: Campo Valle Maggia - Bosco Gurin
GTA Stage 7: Bosco Gurin - Formazza Loc. Ponte
GTA Stage 8: Ponte - Riale
GTA Stage 8A: Canza - Lake Vannino
GTA Stage 8B: Riale - Alpe Cruina
GTA Stage 8C: Riale - Nufenen Pass
GTA Stage 9: Riale - Alpe Vannino
GTA Stage 10: Alpe Vannino - Alpe Devero
GTA Stage 11: Alpe Devero - Alpe Veglia
GTA Stage 12: Alpe Veglia - Alpe Solcio
GTA Stage 13: Alpe Solcio - Varzo
GTA Stage 14: Varzo - Alpe Arza
GTA Stage 15: Alpe Arza - Alpe Laghetto
GTA Upper Anzasca and Antrona Valleys Stage 15A: Alpe Laghetto Refuge - Andolla Refuge (through Pontimia Pass)
GTA Stage 16: Alpe Laghetto - Cheggio
GTA Alternative stage of Upper Anzasca and Antrona Valleys Stage 16A: Alpe Laghetto Refuge - Andolla Refuge
GTA Alternative stage of Upper Anzasca and Antrona Valleys Stage 16B: Andolla Refuge - Cingino Bivouac
GTA Alternative stage of Upper Anzasca and Antrona Valleys Stage 16C: Cingino Bivouac - Oberto Refuge
GTA Alternative stage of Upper Anzasca and Antrona Valleys Stage 16D: Oberto Refuge - Macugnaga
GTA Alternative stage of Upper Anzasca and Antrona Valleys Stage 16E: Macugnaga - Buon Pastore Refuge
GTA Alternative stage of Upper Anzasca and Antrona Valleys Stage 16F: Buon Pastore Refuge - Sant'Antonio di Val Vogna
GTA Stage 17: Antrona Locality of Cheggio - Colma Refuge
GTA Stage 18: Colma Refuge - Molini di Calasca
GTA Stage 19: Molini di Calasca - Pian Lago Alp
GTA Stage 20: Pian Lago Alp - Campello Monti
GTA Stage 21: Campello Monti - Rimella
GTA Stage 22: Rimella - Alpe Baranca
GTA Stage 23: Alpe Baranca - Carcoforo
GTA Stage 24: Carcoforo - Rima
GTA Stage 25: Rima - Sant'Antonio di Val Vogna
GTA Stage 26: Sant'Antonio di Val Vogna - Rivetti Refuge

Itinerary Code: GPN

Itinerary: 1

Difficulty Level: Hiking (EE)

Track Length: 476.00 Km

Arrival Address: Cannobio (VB) - IT

Departure Height: 200 m

Departure Address: Andorno Micca (BI) - IT

Arrival Height: 2200 m

fruizione: Hiking

nazione: Italy Switzerland

regione: Piemonte Canton du Valais Canton Ticino

provincia: Verbania Vercelli

classificazione: Regional

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